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January 26, 2010

Public’s Priorities For 2010: NOT GLOBAL WARMING

The American people are not so malleable as we’ve been led to believe they are.


As Barack Obama begins his second year in office, the public’s priorities for the president and Congress remain much as they were one year ago. Strengthening the nation’s economy and improving the job situation continue to top the list. And, in the wake of the failed Christmas Day terrorist attack on a Detroit-bound airliner, defending the country from future terrorist attacks also remains a top priority.

At the same time, the public has shifted the emphasis it assigns to two major policy issues: dealing with the nation’s energy problem and reducing the budget deficit. About half (49%) say that dealing with the nation’s energy problem should be a top priority, down from 60% a year ago. At the same time, there has been a modest rise in the percentage saying that reducing the budget deficit should be a top priority, from 53% to 60%.


In other words, despite the decades-long global warming media blitz, the American people fail to be impressed.  Wow.  I’m impressed.  The sheeple can think for themselves.


1 Comment »

  1. Follow the money, but also follow the logic…prepare to be peppered with environmental crisis and further spending because there is more at stake than the environment. If you take all the nonsensical regulations and bills passed, combine it with the massive spending and alarmism you get a connected dot pattern that looks like this;

    Comment by comdenom — January 26, 2010 @ 01:27

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